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Audio Engineering 101: A Beginner's Guide to Music Production Paperback – December 19, 2011
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"This beginner's guide to audio engineering presents a clear overview of the science and art of sound recording and provides readers with foundational information for getting started in audio engineering. Beginning with a discussion of sound and general recording principles, the work covers topics such as microphones, mixing consoles, signal processors, and signal flow, as well as studio session procedures and optimization. Chapters include illustrations, tips, and checklists, and the text includes an additional section with questions and answers from industry professionals."--Reference and Research Book News
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But there's a strange juxtaposition of day one mixing lessons and instruction on dealing with customers in a commercial recording studio. I can't fathom how there could be a person who would find both of these things useful simultaneously. I would hope that by the time a person has a studio and is booking time, they would have long known not to mix in solo too much. Also, some of the illustrations come across as a lot of filler. Do we really need two drawings of people sitting at a desk talking about pricing for studio time taking up a quarter of a page?
I'm glad I bought this book though. However, I recommend it only to someone who wants a quick and dirty (albeit thorough) lesson on the fundamentals, and I suggest to that person that they continue their education after this book with other books that go into these concepts in more depth.